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Hubble Photographs Dust Spirals Around Black Holes.
Mars Program Report to be Published Today
Hubble Photographs Dust Spirals Around Black Holes
supernova Warped by Powerful Forces
MARS PROGRAM REPORT TO BE PUBLISHED TODAY
NASA is releasing a much-anticipated report on the mismanagement of
its Mars missions. The report describes inadequate testing, unseasoned
workforce, and poor communication. NASA lost two spacecraft sent to
Mars last year, including the Mars Climate Orbiter, which burned up due
to a mix up of metric and imperial units in its construction.
HUBBLE PHOTOGRAPHS DUST SPIRALS AROUND BLACK HOLES
Composite images from different cameras on the Hubble Space Telescope
give scientists the first look at the spirals of dust in the center of galaxies.
These clouds may feed black holes. scientists at Ohio State University
combined images from a visible light camera and an Infrared camera to
produce the best images yet of the dust at the center of bright galaxies.
SUPERNOVA WARPED BY POWERFUL FORCES
The elongated supernova remnant called SNR W50 was once spherical,
but has been stretched over time into an egg-shaped object. Two jets
of high-speed particles are shooting off in opposite directions, apparently
originating from either a black hole or neutron star surrounded by the
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